MILWAUKEE— The Milwaukee Brewers announced new "fan-friendly" policies that will take effect Tuesday, June 1.
Fully vaccinated fans will no longer have to wear masks to American Family Field. However, officials are asking those who are not fully vaccinated to continue to mask up. This is in line with CDC guidelines.
But the policy changes aren't solely focused on masks. Completely cashless game days are no more. While most vendors will continue to use contactless payment options including credit cards, Apple Pay and Google Pay, a handful of concession stands will now take cash.
If you would rather bring your own snacks to munch on, the Brewers are now allowing sealed soda, water and juices into the ballpark. Guests can also bring personal food items and bags. Some restrictions apply, as detailed below.
Those rules will go into effect on June 1, just in time for the game against the Detroit Tigers. Later this summer, on June 25, the Brewers will increase capacity to 100%.
“As we move toward 100% capacity, we look forward to the return of policies that will enhance the fan experience throughout American Family Field,” said Brewers President of Business Operations Rick Schlesinger.
For more information on Brewers' health and safety policies, click here.